When Hedi Slimane debuted his version of YSL, ahem, excuse me, Saint Laurent, there was an outcry and backlash for some, and a cheer of pure joy for many, many, others. And increasingly, many, many more. I admit, I was on the fence. I sided with style.com’s review, that it was something we’ve seen before and not what we’d hope from a house that constantly produced incredible innovation for decades. But as I poured through Yves’ older shows and Hedi’s earliest work, and once I realized how well the separates from Hedi’s collection fit into every fashionable woman’s wardrobe, I was able to jump on board the chic train to Grungetown! Chic! Chiiiic!